How to Find A Husband

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AuthorHouse, Nov 16, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 84 pages
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Ever since the girls were young it has been a challenge to get them to go to bed at a reasonable hour…I would tell them to go to sleep and to give the example I would do likewise (ok I love reading my science fiction books quietly)but they would all leave their bed one by one in a matter of minutes (I always thought that they must have some radar implant done when I was not looking) to curl up under the covers with me popping questions such as “ Do you think women love perfumes what kind did they have 5,000 years ago,…how did Noah built his ship in time,…is God from another planet, why volcanoes exist if they are so dangerous, was Columbus really without a computer on his ship, why was he not afraid, if I were born 3,000 years ago what kind of life would I have faced, is death the end where do we go from there and so on… I started to do some research during my free time in order to answer correctly and so I started to write down answers and used them over and over each time the questions would make a come back as a point of reference.  Over the years, we went on many philosophical quests and solved some life mysteries, but one thing is sure we never got bored.  So many questions and so many answers were found while searching for what to answer to their legitimate quest. They still come to curl up with me but not as often as when they were younger. Now it is after a rainy day, bringing a cup of coffee or apple cider they still come when it is cold out there or stormy and quest continue…as teens they are very interested in relationships so I thought that writing about all those discussions we had at night might help some other teen out there that the mom would be too busy to answer the questions.  So I choose to write on the subject of marriage.

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I was born and raised in rural Quebec not too far from the border of Vermont.  I left when I got married to live in South-Africa; in 1985 I gave birth to our first child Catherine in the small town of Paarl.  In 1989 we came back to Canada just in time to give birth to Marie-Claire in Granby, Quebec and when she was three weeks old we moved to Oakville MB, in 1991 Gabrielle saw the day in Winnipeg and soon after that we went to live in Saskatoon SK; from there we moved to Park River ND; where I worked as an emergency medical technician for a while until we moved to Bonsal CA; after a year or so we went to live in Salem OR where I worked for a criminal defense attorney until our return to Canada in 2001.   We have lived ever since in the town of Langley in BC; where I graduated as a Medical Office Assistant but went on to work as a Call Center Supervisor.  During all those years I have read and reread “Le petit prince” from author Antoine de St-Exupery at least once a year to remind me of what love was about, especially when away from home without any friend that book became my solace. 

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